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GOOLOO Upgraded 2000A Peak SuperSafe Car Jump Starter $98.99 Delivered @ GOOLOO Amazon AU


This popular item is back and $1 cheaper than Lyl previous post Enjoy :)

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Features & details

1.[Powerful and Reliable] - It provide instant current, without the need for a donor vehicle. You can start your vehicles (up to 10.0L Gas or 7.0L diesel), Motorcycles, RV, tractor, light-duty trucks, mower, cargo vans, ATVs, snowmobiles, oil boat, yachting in just a few minutes.
2. [Power Delivery 15W Type C Input and Output]: Supports USB type-C charging (5V/3A); you can use it to charge your other devices or charge the jump starter itself.
3. [Quick Charging Output]: The Quick Charge 3.0 USB ports can be used to charge virtually any USB powered device at lightning speed, such as smartphones, tablets, GPS, camera, kindle and more.
4. [Advanced Safety Technology]: The intelligent jumper clamp combined with 8 protections including over-current protection, overload protection, over-voltage protection, over-charge protection, making it totally safe for anyone to use.
5. [What You Get]: GOOLOO Heavy-Duty Jump Starter, 12V Battery Clamp, Wall Charger (With UL Certification),USB-C Cable, Type-C to Type-C Cable, Storage Case, User Manual. Our 12 + 6 month extended warranty & 30 days money back and 24/7 friendly customer service. This is the best gift for mom.

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  • WILL THESE charge dead dead battery

    • Not from my experience when its completely dead. I got one and it's only good for jump start. petty handy

    • Mine did, it started a flat ford ranger battery from nothing after a 2 month holiday that had been left draining. Once started it needed a good drive to give it a charge up.

    • It will have enough grunt to jump start a completely flat car but won't charge a battery. You need a charger or drive the car for a good half an hour once you get it started to do that. Be aware that running a battery completely flat isn't good for it. It may not recover from being drained so much.

    • One of the best things I've ever bought. We have a car that I drive 5 mins to the train station everyday. We got locked down and the battery was well and truly dead.

      When Melbourne opened up again I had to return to work twice a week so I've been using this to start the car twice a day. Starts first time, everytime.

      • +28 votes

        Dude, just buy a new battery.


        Just out of curiosity how many times do you reckon you have used it to jump start? Could be interesting insight into the durability of the product.

        • +3 votes

          I would say probably close to the 75 mark. Probably should keep it in a cool place, but sits in the car as well on hot days. It's durable.

          • +3 votes

            @Aww: Cheers…sound like you have definitely got your moneys worth out of it so far

      • Depending on where in Melbourne you live, I highly recommend Comet Battery on McIntyre Road Sunshine.

      • I've been using this to start the car twice a day

        If you have to jump start your car every time, then isn't this a clear sign that you need a new battery?
        A mobile jump starter is meant to be your last resort, and it isn't for everyday use.

    • No. This is not a battery charger. It is a jump starter. It provides a surge of power to start a vehicle only. To charge a battery you need a "Battery Charger". The clue is in the name…

    • for dead batteries it does have a boost function, where it sends full power down the line to crank the engine. these things don't charge your car battery though as others have already mentioned. these jumpers only work when they sense a power draw (such as when you try to start the car).

    • Jump start only, not for recharging car battery…. You can recharge your mobile phone though :)

  • This is probably irrelevant for a lot of people but the 15v out port is good for car accessories but pretty hard to find an 220v inverter for it. I haven't found one that works

    • What are you trying to run?

      There's too much losses stepping up to 220VAC plus this unit is only 73Wh.

      • I had the 4000A and would just be running a small fan or some LED lights for a few hours when I go camping

        • +3 votes

          In that case you'll get better run times with 12VDC^ fans/LEDs as opposed to 220-240VAC ones. Less conversion required = less power loss.

          ^Most can run off 15V. Check specs.

  • Sorry noob question, is this one supposedly a better version than the op's advertised one here?
    I guess the main difference I see is the amps. 4000A vs this 2000A here.

  • My Colorado was flat after my 8 days in qld,
    It was pretty close to turning over, tried this thing 4 times, left it on for half an hour. Still nothing. May have been cause battery was on 60% but still not happy I dropped $100 on it and it didn’t save me.

    • Does it have a tiny boost button on the plug?
      I've got the 800A version and jumped my V8 numerous times when the battery was down as low as 9v and it cranked straight away by pressing that button but did next to nothing without pressing it.

      Mine also wouldn't do anything extra leaving it on as it cycles it's power. Not sure if this larger model is the same?

      • it cranked straight away by pressing that button but did next to nothing without pressing it.

        If the battery is close to dead or really flat, you really need to use the boost button. Activating boost function, disables safe mode so more current can be injected into the battery for the jump starter to work.

        On a separate note, did you find that the tiny boost button is really hard to press on? Also, there is no indication when boost function is running. They really should have included another LED for it.

        • Not so much hard to press in, just difficult. Like you have to get your fingernail in the right spot as the button is so small.
          No idea why they made it so small like that when it can be an important feature to use.

          • @whitelie:

            Like you have to get your fingernail in the right spot as the button is so small.

            Agreed. 💯

            No idea why they made it so small like that when it can be an important feature to use.

            All I can say is this mob is good at creating decent jump starters but not so much when it comes to user interface design.

    • Pretty much the 60% thing - They need to be fully charged and from there they're good for about 4-5 jolts before being exhausted (I found @ 60%). The remaining capacity can be used as battery bank for phone etc.

    • Should have worked, I've started a hilux diesel when the battery was flat enough for no dash lights and no central locking, probably under 6v. Needed to "boost" it for a few minutes.
      If your jump starter was at 60% then I'm not surprised it didnt work. They dont take long to charge up. If it still didn't start after charging the jump starter I'd definitely contact the vendor and request an exchange or refund.

  • Does anyone know if I could use this as a power source with a Celestron Nexstar telescope? Would be good to have as both jump start and for the scope.

  • these thigs are awesome, saved my bacon on more than one occasion. Also used to jump start the bobcats at work too

  • How do others store their battery when not in use?

    I'm hoping to leave one in the car that's charged up, but heard that hot cars degrade the battery

  • Bought Mine last sale, works good.

  • Is this a capacitor type charge storage or is it lead acid or something else? Thanks

  • Does the wall charger for these units come with Australian plug?

    • Yes. The packages they are selling on Amazon AU are for the Australian market.
      If you have Prime, they will literally ship the product to you overnight for arrival the next day.

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  • This listing seems to be removed at the moment, maybe out of stock ?